Instructional Coaching Bridging the gap between industry and ...
Post on 14-Feb-2017
Instructional Coaching Bridging the gap between industry and teaching
Connie DeFillippo Secondary Practical Nursing Instructor
Linda OHanlon Science Instructor
Peg McVay Math Instructor
Jim Hansel CareerX Instructor
Whats your experience with coaching?
On phone/ laptop go to: Kahoot.it
The instructional coaches have been an invaluable resource for all aspects of teaching in this community (making) the first year teaching at Scarlet Oaks significantly better.
Jillian Richmond- Science Teacher
Presentation Learning Goal
Explore and understand the coaching model that Great Oaks is developing and using
Coaching is a form of professional development that
Brings out the best in people,
Uncovers strengths and skills,
Builds effective teams,
Cultivates compassion and
Builds emotionally resilient educators.
Great Oaks commitment to coaching
I believe that Instructional Coaching can have a tremendous impact on our students and their growth, as well as our teachers growth. It is a reflective practice that allows for collaborative conversations centered on students performance. It has the power to break down the artificial walls that exist in schools and encourages teachers working and learning together.
Harry Snyder - Great Oaks President and CEO
Statement of Purpose
To work with teachers encouraging them to continuously improve their craft, supporting them through guided reflection and building a learning community. Our role is not to evaluate; but rather to help teachers clearly and deeply think about how they teach, resulting in positive outcomes for students and their achievement.
Other roles we fill New CT and academic teachers
Who we serve
Instructional coaches can help experienced teachers, as well. Even when a classroom is well run, lessons can lose their vigor over time, they may not fit the current group of students or you may unaware of have habits that can affect instruction. Why shouldnt teachers confer so they can offer the best instruction?
Michelle Fisher Veterinary Assisting Instructor
Coaching training and PD Hamilton County Education Service Center Training
Coaching training, reflection and collaboration with Butler Technology and Career Development Schools
Senior staff support
Candid discussion and sounding board for ideas and unique situations
If I had this type of support at my former school, Id still be teaching there.
Would you like
Introduced in a nonthreatening manner
support from someone mindful of your time?
to examine and share feedback student work?
help navigating technology at Great Oaks?
someone to just listen?
try a new teaching strategy?
to learn about PD at Great Oaks?
an extra set of eyes?
collaborate with on instructional strategies?
celebrating successes with?
help validating a thought or idea?
brainstorming new ideas with?
reflecting with another teacher?
Spreading the word
New hires would benefit tremendously from being assigned an instructional coach
Danyell Terry Surgical Technology Instructor
Our approach to coaching is a combination of directed and passive connection with teachers. Our goal is to spread throughout the building
Benefits and goals of coaching
Teacher and student retention
Achieving building goals
Reduce administrative work load
One of the most valuable experiences of my teaching career
Jen Himes English Teacher
Clearly defined and articulated roles Common understanding of coaching
Target audience (getting business) Balancing roles
Coaching is a good thing Data to support coaching
Baggage from previous help Not everyone is coachable
Future instructional coaching development
More clearly defined roles
Coaching with a positive connotation
Develop new teacher handbook
Retain quality teachers and students
The instructional coach has always been available for any of my questions or to offer suggestions. I feel that he has a lot of advanced teaching methods that he can share with new teachers.
Ray Roginski HVAC Instructor
The instructional coaches have provided curriculum advising, ideas on handling classroom management issues, Marzano training, orientation to the culture and expectations of Great Oaks, assistance with PD and licensure renewal. Most of all, providing support and encouragement for teacher success.
Carol Anderson Science Teacher